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In this issue

* TOP 50 SHARE AND PROPERTY BUYS
* HOW DISRUPTION IN THE RED SEA IMPACTS INFLATION
* LATEST OPTIONS FOR AGEING IN PLACE
* THE JOY OF MIXING BUSINESS AND PLEASURE
* THE OZEMPIC EFFECT: MIRACLE DRUG, ECONOMIC CHAMPION

SPENDING OUTLOOK: Shop around to save hundreds of dollars

THE BIG QUESTIONS FOR 2024

SPENDING OUTLOOK: Shop around to save hundreds of dollars

2 mins

BANKING OUTLOOK: It pays to be disloyal

THE BIG QUESTIONS FOR 2024

BANKING OUTLOOK: It pays to be disloyal

2 mins

INSURANCE OUTLOOK: We've got you covered

THE BIG QUESTIONS FOR 2024

INSURANCE OUTLOOK: We've got you covered

1 min

When patience pays off

THE BIG QUESTIONS FOR 2024

When patience pays off

2 mins

HOW OUR WINNERS ARE CHOSEN

How we found the award winners for superannuation, managed funds, exchange traded funds, banking products and insurance

HOW OUR WINNERS ARE CHOSEN

4 mins

WORKING HARD FOR THE MONEY

This year, Money magazine rounded up nine of our most talented writers and tasked them with reporting on why exactly, in specific detail, these products or businesses are the most beneficial for our readers.

WORKING HARD FOR THE MONEY

2 mins

Signs of life in IPO drought

Improved investor confidence and lower economic volatility could set the stage for a bounceback in company listings

Signs of life in IPO drought

6 mins

Dividends are hard to beat

Shares are riskier than cash in the bank, but over the longer term the payoff should be greater

Dividends are hard to beat

3 mins

Biotech giant stumbles

CSL faces some big challenges, but the long-term prognosis is more encouraging

Biotech giant stumbles

4 mins

Another day of reckoning

With economic history pointing to a recession in 2024, investors should go on the defensive

Another day of reckoning

3 mins

Investing by colours, not numbers

If you work out your personality type, your goals become obvious and you can invest according to your archetype

Investing by colours, not numbers

5 mins

There is such a thing as a free lunch

The Federal government is waiting to give your super a $500 boost... come and get it!

There is such a thing as a free lunch

4 mins

Reality behind the summer dream

It's time to take off the rose-tinted glasses and weigh up the costs and benefits of buying a holiday home

Reality behind the summer dream

4 mins

Tap into granny (flat) power

Homeowners can boost their cashflow and help ease the housing shortage by adding separate accommodation

Tap into granny (flat) power

5 mins

Pay up or risk getting crunched

The tax office is warning businesses to meet their tax and super guarantee obligations or have their debts disclosed to credit agencies; a whole world of pain

Pay up or risk getting crunched

3 mins

Brave new world of banking

When open banking was introduced in 2020, it promised great things. Where is it now and what are the next steps?

Brave new world of banking

4 mins

How to buy the perfect present

The receiver, rather than the giver, determines the true value of a gift

How to buy the perfect present

3 mins

Stay jolly in the festive season

Avoid relationship and financial stress by planning ahead and setting limits

Stay jolly in the festive season

4 mins

What happens if Australia doesn't get enough immigrants?

We delve into the interconnected realities of immigration, population, labour and housing

What happens if Australia doesn't get enough immigrants?

4 mins

B team raises the business bar

Common or garden stock companies have been wealth generators for hundreds of years, allowing boards to expand their businesses by attracting wealthy investors who seek attractive and reliable returns. The system is entrenched because holding shares in reputable companies is comparatively safe for investors and provides attractive returns.

B team raises the business bar

6 mins

Clever ways to transfer your wealth... and live to see the results

Passing on the fruits of your labour before you pass away can be deeply rewarding, and an investment bond is an easy, tax-friendly and cost-effective way to make it happen

Clever ways to transfer your wealth... and live to see the results

4 mins

MARK CHAPMAN TAX TIP: Claim deductions on rental property

If you have a rental property in need of some care, you may be able to claim a tax deduction. Repairs are tax deductible in the year you incur the expense, provided the property earns rental income.

MARK CHAPMAN TAX TIP: Claim deductions on rental property

1 min

Mind the gap: how to navigate a career break

Working from home, the great resignation, quiet quitting, four-day-week trials there have been some significant changes and new developments in the workplace in recent years.

Mind the gap: how to navigate a career break

1 min

The not-so-good oil on inflation

Unfortunately, the Aussie dollar is falling just when we need it to be strong to pay for essential imports

The not-so-good oil on inflation

4 mins

Want growth? Here's where to find it

Dividends alone don't cut it if you want your portfolio to power ahead over the next decades

Want growth? Here's where to find it

3 mins

China's downturn gets more serious

While the country's construction sector may be 'sick', other parts of the economy are getting on with business

China's downturn gets more serious

4 mins

This succession is important too

Privately owned businesses are collectively worth $1.437 trillion, yet more than eight out of 10 owners have no plans for who'll take over the reins

This succession is important too

3 mins

Overcome the fear of change

You know you would be better off by doing something differently, but you just can't make the big decision. Sleeping on it can help.

Overcome the fear of change

3 mins

Trouble at the top table

When a key executive suddenly quits, shareholders have to calmly consider whether they should go too, or hang in there

Trouble at the top table

3 mins

Who will get your super

Make sure your death benefits go to the right person by keeping the paperwork up to date

Who will get your super

4 mins

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Money Magazine Australia Description:

PublisherRainmaker Information Pty Limited

CategoryInvestment

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Money Magazine Australia is a monthly magazine that provides personal finance advice to Australian readers. It is published by Are Media and has been in circulation since 1997. The magazine covers a wide range of financial topics, including budgeting, investing, retirement planning, debt management, and insurance.

Money Magazine Australia is written by experienced financial journalists and experts, and it provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on its chosen topics. The magazine is easy to understand and navigate, and it is available in both print and digital formats. Money Magazine Australia also offers a variety of resources, such as calculators, quizzes, and articles.

If you are looking for a reliable and informative financial magazine, then Money Magazine Australia is a good choice. So what are you waiting for? Subscribe to Money Magazine Australia today!

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